3 to inches of new snow across Colorado, Montana, and Arizona making some great skiing conditions for folks across the regions. Mountains across Colorado like Never Summer and Upper San Juan are reporting new snowfall today with Never Summer coated in 6 inches of fresh snow over the past day. causing snowpacks to rise at Never Summer to 45 inches Upper San Juan reported 4 inches of powder, causing snowpacks to rise up to 40 inches. Forecasts predict another 5 inches of powder expected this week.
Montana is also reporting fresh snow this morning with some mountains seeing as much as 16 inches of fresh snow in some areas. Lower Twin reported the most in Montana and woke up to 16 inches of powder this morning, with another 2 inches of new snow headed to the area over the next 5 days as the next storm rolls through.
We've also seen mountains across Arizona coated in a fresh layer of snow with 1 mountain locations across the state seeing fresh snow from the latest storm. Mountains like Fry are sitting at snowpack levels around 8 inches this morning, thanks to 3 inches of new snow since yesterday.
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